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    Well then I think regular expressions might be...

    Well then I think regular expressions might be the way to go there possibly. I am not sure though.
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    Maybe something like this ? ...

    Maybe something like this ?


    <html>
    <title>Select All</title>
    <body>

    <center>
    <br>
    <br>
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    This is the Javascript subforum, you want to ask...

    This is the Javascript subforum, you want to ask this in the Java subforum. Javascript is not Java.
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    by Coderic
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    No problem, and have "fun" debugging. Just...

    No problem, and have "fun" debugging. Just kidding, I personally find debugging kind of fun because I am learning as I do it most of the time.
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    by Coderic
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    Firebug (http://getfirebug.com/) is good. It is...

    Firebug is good. It is for Firefox if you have FF for your browser. It is free.

    Javascript Editor isn't free I don't think, but here is the link.
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    Poll: re:clearTimeout and clearInterval, are the same

    Thanks for the further clarifcations, guys ! :D
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    Poll: As I reread your original post, I am thinking...

    As I reread your original post, I am thinking that maybe they are the same, you make a good point. Maybe they are just named differently so that the resultant code is much clearer to read, such as...
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    Poll: My bad, sorry. Well that is clearly an...

    My bad, sorry. Well that is clearly an interesting point. :p
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    Poll: Usually you would use setInterval() so that you...

    Usually you would use setInterval() so that you can repeat a set of instructions, where by using setTimeout(), you would use it for executing instructions once and then ending. Also when using...
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    This one would be easier to follow, sorry for the...

    This one would be easier to follow, sorry for the double-post but I couldn't edit the last one....
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    Maybe something like this using "regular...

    Maybe something like this using "regular expressions" ?


    function checkPhone(strPhone)
    {
    var regPhone = /^(\+\d)*\s*(\(\d{3}\)\s*)*\d{3}(-{0,1}|\s{0,1})\d{2}(-{0,1}|\s{0,1})\d{2}$/;
    ...
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    LOL ! I wish I could ask a question, debug, and...

    LOL ! I wish I could ask a question, debug, and resolve ALL my own issues like the above poster. Good for you, RedSpider ;)
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    Sway ! JMRKER has requested that you actually...

    Sway ! JMRKER has requested that you actually show your code, it will most assuredly help you to a quicker solution. ;)
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    Regarding the above line, 1000 (milliseconds)...

    Regarding the above line, 1000 (milliseconds) equals 1 second, not one minute. 60x that is 60000 milliseconds, which is one minute.
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    Great !

    Great !
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    Is Javascript enabled in your browser ? I am...

    Is Javascript enabled in your browser ? I am assuming so, but just thought I would ask.

    I just downloaded and installed IE8 so I am not aware of issues yet.
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    Well I copied and pasted this into Notepad to get...

    Well I copied and pasted this into Notepad to get a better look, it looks like to me that you might have been missing the last three curly braces, I put them in now. Maybe that will help some ?

    ...
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    Ahhh it is all clear as day now, thank you ! Oh...

    Ahhh it is all clear as day now, thank you ! Oh and the only other thing, no it isn't the "blow me bar" which is what I will call it from now on as well, ha ha.

    No, I did a screenshot before of...
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    That is new to me, thank you :)

    That is new to me, thank you :)
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    First off, one off-point suggestion: I would use...

    First off, one off-point suggestion: I would use this type of syntax as this is more up to date for creating Javascript:


    <script type="text/javascript">

    as opposed to what you have now.
    ...
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    Update: Well I was able to load the page, but...

    Update:

    Well I was able to load the page, but I still received that message from my antivirus. Anyway, I ignored the warning and viewed it. I saw the form and tried it out.

    Then I noticed one...
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    Yeah, I can see how you might have thought I was...

    Yeah, I can see how you might have thought I was a bit ungrateful - that isn't it at all ! I just thought maybe something had attached itself blah blah blah, let's let bygones be bygones ;)

    Thank...
  23. I updated the code since the last post to give an...

    I updated the code since the last post to give an alert box for the end of month part ...



    <html>

    <head>

    <title>
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    1. Wasn't rude if you think about it, I just...

    1. Wasn't rude if you think about it, I just stated something...

    However,

    2. I do apologize as I reread your last post, astupidname, and even though , yes, I can read code, I just wanted to say...
  25. This will give you the phrase for each of the...

    This will give you the phrase for each of the days; for the month part you can use something similar.


    <html>

    <head>

    <title>

    </title>
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